A challenge was recently raised by C. Reider of Vuzh Music-- for netlabel artists to be our own archivists. The point being-- if netlabels and netlabel artists do not document our own releases-- it may be that no one will.
The Complex Silence Series has evolved nicely into its second segment, with some darker and some lighter pieces gracing the collection. Drone is an influence in some pieces, with more traditional synth ambience holding sway in others. Some pieces are just-- well-- strange (but good). All, in fact, are good, at least, if not great. And now, Complex Silence 21 documents these 10 releases, in a single mix.
Whether or not you have listened to Complex Silence 11-20, Complex Silence 21 is a must listen, as it combines pieces from each of these releases into a single mix that lasts less than an hour. Lossless files were used when possible in the mix, and great care was taken with transitions, to provide listeners with a consistent experience.
If you like this mix, Thomas of Mister Vapor urges you to continue exploring the fascinating series of releases that is "Complex Silence."